Greg Glassman | Let’s Start With The TRUTH

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Bam, we’re live. Ooh, that was a little weird this morning. Let’s

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Good morning. Hey, uh, Manny s Spiegel.

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I listened to

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JR Howell last night, and The Thumb, Anna Billett. They’re doing a good job with their show. Dude, that show’s gonna get so

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I was on, uh, I, I was actually spent a bunch of time on the phone yesterday with Taylor and with JR trying to, uh, I wanted to do other, other stuff besides programming too. Like, why not just do an entire show on like, Hey, what makes a, uh, what makes a big man workout? What makes a little man workout? Who should try to be a professional? CrossFitter? Are they really professional athletes? It’s kind of weird to do an entire show. Try to do an entire show with a live. Colin on the phone is still wonky, but maybe this morning it’ll be perfect. If not, eh, that’s what it is. The bun is back. Yeah, it is, uh, Jr uh, saber and Kelly Jr’s tooth at the start was gold.


I haven’t seen it yet. I haven’t seen the show. I I watched like five minutes of it. Uh, good morning. Steven Blacksmith. Mike Art, AR art. Good morning, g Louise. Good morning. Good morning, sistas. Bruce Wayne. Dude, I’m loving the new thumbnails. Thanks for making those adjustments. Oh, you just made me, uh, remember, I’m going to, uh, I’m gonna try this, um, peptide thing, I think, um, to try to heal my arm. Uh, uh, Andrew Hiller, when he was here, worked on my arm and my arm feels significantly better. And now, uh, I’m gonna try this peptide thing. I’m kind of excited about it. Finally, something that California hormones, I, I want to try, but I, I think you just, uh, I think, I think you just squeeze the spot where it her. Oh, I’m gonna have to figure it out. I shouldn’t speculate. But anyway, I’m excited. I’m gonna see if I can film it too when I do it. Someone was like, aren’t you scared to, to put a needle in yourself? I’m like, no, I’m not a pussy. Uh, Savon getting on Neros. No, no, no. Goodwill racing. Not even close. It’s, um, I’ll know more. I’m speaking out of turn now, but I’ll know more. Um, uh, I’m putting on my toe spacers.


They’re not a sponsor. They should be a sponsor. I’m drinking my paper street coffee. They are a sponsor, a great sponsor. More than a sponsor, really a friend. I would say. I would, I would consider Gabe a friend, and I would consider the, uh, California hormones, people, friends, the hor California hormones. People came out for Greg’s, uh, broken science thing. That was cool. Very cool. It’s weird when this whole world of people collides. Right? You got the California Hormones people there. You got Greg there. You got Justin Madeira’s parents there. You got Mike there. It was crazy. So many people there. Packed house, standing room only.


I saw some of the video from that event too. It looks fucking amazing. Yeah. California peptides, I saw, I saw Come, come. It is in an insulin syringe. I don’t, I’m not sure what that means, but it basically, it comes, it’s a vial with some powder I saw. And then they send you some like, liquid that I’m assuming is like sterile water. And you mix the two and then you shoot it into the spot that’s injured. Yeah. Yeah. That’s what it is. Thank you, George. God. So I’m glad someone knows. B PC 1 57. I think that’s what, um, I heard, uh, the California Peptides doctor and Andrew talking about, I think that’s what I’m gonna stick in there. It says it works wonders. Yeah, Pauline. Oh, Paulina was there. Yeah, that was cool. I got to hang with Paulina. It’s really weird that some people can only wear these, um, for five minutes. These toe spacers. I can, I could only imagine. I mean, I’m barefoot 90% of the day anyway, but I can, I, maybe that’s why they don’t bug me. Like I can wear ’em for hours. I could probably sleep in them. I just, I, I just like to put ’em on so that they’re on for two hours during, while I do the show.


They are starting to smell funky. They’re starting to smell a little funky. Oh, I’m trying to get, um, I’m, I’m trying to get, uh, hunter McIntyre on. His schedule is crazy. I’m gonna try to get him on later today. Oh, here. Um, home phone probably, but I’m open. But whatever you prefer. We got, uh, he, I sent him a new headset for Greg to try to get the audio better, but he’s in a spot, his current house, there’s no wifi out there. It’s out in the middle of nowhere. Uh, what kind of shoes do you wear when you aren’t barefoot? I use, I wear Vitos.


I wear these Vito shoes. The tow box is massive. It’s massive. I don’t wanna say it’s, um, no, my fingers smell good. I just got outta the shower. I feel crisp. Olivia. I smell crisp. What do your fingers smell like? Heidi? Uh, does Greg, uh, have his nipples pierced? I I’ll ask him. I will ask him. I, I have seen his nipples. Uh, I can’t remember the last time I’ve seen him, but I’ve seen them and, um, I don’t remember them. I’m trying to think. Last time I saw Greg’s nipples, we, we must have been swimming somewhere probably in Arizona. I don’t ever remember. He, he’s not, he’s definitely not a tattoo nipple pierce, um, general mutilation kind of guy. I’m great. I’m absolutely fabulous. I’m, I was kind of tripping. Um, thanks for asking Magnus. I was kind of tripping cause I haven’t done a live calling show in forever, but it’s kind of, it’s kind of nice not doing those two.


I’ve been loving the guests. Um, I, who I loved having Ezra, uh, outer. Hold on. I enjoyed having Kelly Baker on. You know what, you know what she said? She said some shit that kind of stuck in my head, though. That’s like the, the thing about cursive. I, I, I just so disagree with her that, um, cursive isn’t necessary. And even if something’s not necessary, cuz you won’t be using it, I don’t think that’s a, I don’t think that’s a reason not to do it. I think that’s a horrible argument. Um, you, you don’t need to eat healthy cuz you can get insulin. You don’t need to birth your child because you can get a C-section. I just, I can think of a million things that, that’s just not a good reason. And I can think of a real million reasons why it would be so important to, uh, have that practice.


Even if you never used cursive just for actually for the skill of, uh, and, and manipulating a pencil is huge in the development of a child. Huge. It’s like crawling. If you don’t teach someone how to use a pencil early in life, it can be fuck their shit will be, can be fucked up later. And you’ve seen people who write all fucked up, right? Like, they don’t know how to hold a pencil like this. So same with riding a bike and balance and things like that. Things to learn early. Hey, no one needs to crawl early either. Like, no one needs to crawl. You can just go straight from being born to your parents, carrying you around to walking. But those kids that don’t learn how to crawl, even though you’re never gonna use it in life later on, they are fucked up a hundred percent there. There’s no exception. You can spot them, you can spot them, you can put ’em through a few simple tests and be like, yep. That, that person probably didn’t crawl strong correlate to a lot of fucked up shit. Uh, doing math in your head and not knowing information isn’t necessary because we all carry smartphones. Yeah. Thank you Mr. Halpin. Same, same, same. Halpin. Same. Same. Yeah. Great example.


Um, but you know what? I was shocked an educator said that, but she was, uh, I, me too. I was shocked too. But she doesn’t have kids. And, um, you kind of, you, you, she’s, um, she’s kind of programmed, I saw this, I saw this meme right the other day, and it said, would you rather have a doctor talk to you about, um, for the 49ers or a mom who has a child that she’s super concerned about, who’s done all the research and read all the, the, the, the inserts on all of the, uh, 49ers when they come to you. Right. You know, the doctors have never read any of those inserts and everything that they learned was from pharma. And it’s like, yeah, I’d much rather hear from the mom than the medical doctor who is programmed by pharma to make a living, uh, pushing their shit.


So, uh, Sevy, uh, but they’re using all their fingers playing video games and texting. Right. Thank you. Great. Thanks. Uh, David, we, Kelly, Kelly said it best. You’re just old. Yeah. I I think, um, I think that both can be true. I think I can be right and I can be, uh, just old. Yeah. The crawling analogy. Thanks. Yeah. I mean, w w there was someone on, on the show recently and they were telling me a story about their kid and I just straight up said, Hey, your kid didn’t crawl right? And they said, yeah, that’s right. I said, yeah, yeah, I know. And, and that person actually was a doctor, uh, Savons bun. Uh, I’m waiting for the first doctor to attempt to talk me to me about the 49ers that will be entertaining. I told you, I went to the doctors the, um, a few weeks ago, right. And what they said to me, you need this shot and this shot. I can tell by your history, you haven’t been in here since you’ve been 44 years old and you need this shot. And I, I said, no, thank you. And his response was, but it’s free. But it’s free. He might as well get it. It’s free.


Yeah. And, and that was the other, uh, j Magic that was the other thing, right? The other argument, um, the beautiful and intelligent and eminently capable Kelly Baker said was, uh, do you really wanna spend an hour teaching your kids cursive when they’re every day for a year when they’re never gonna use it? And, and, and I did push back on this as opposed to what? As opposed to teach them what? I would rather you not talk to my kid about who they are and their identity and whether they want to be a, the Sasquatch or a tiger and just teach them cursive so that they can build their own identity through some skill that they learned. Oh, I like stories like this Q Johnson. I just went to the doctors and she said I was due for four different shots. And when I declined, she said, yeah, I wouldn’t either. Wow. Wow, wow, wow. Um,


Q Johnson, I I see your profile. Pick you a rock climber or you’re on mushrooms. Which one is that? Yosemite. Is that water coming down that you’re praying? You got baptized, you’re praying to the Lord. Uh, Sebastiano, we miss Brian in your shoes and the other gents stealing your shows. We miss Brian in your shoes and the other gents stealing your shows. I don’t understand. But, um, you, fuck, you know what? I don’t know if I crawled asshole. I have to assume I did. That’s a great question. I don’t know. I’m super duper duper, uh, coordinated and athletic for someone who has no fucking, who is just a kid who watched tv. Like, I can just do, like, I never had problem squatting below parallel or doing thrust. All the CrossFit shit was so easy to teach me once I could finally do a pull up in my twenties and all that. Like, I move good. I move really great. But, but, but I was just a fucking chubby kid to watch tv. Like, I was proud if I could get in 14 hours of TV a day. No joke, no exaggeration. I don’t know. I’ll ask my mom that I could call her now and ask her how me do. See what she says. I, I’ve never called her. I don’t think I’ve ever called her on the show before.


I don’t know if she’s gonna like this. Standby. I haven’t never called my mom. Right. I hope Greg doesn’t call when I’m calling my mom. Maybe my mom won’t even answer. She might not like this. I’m telling you. And I’m a bit of a mama’s boy. Still not, not a bit. A lot. Oh, it’s weird. It’s not ringing. Did you guys hear me dial? It’s not ringing for some reason. Maybe I have to call her on my phone. Says calling. Uh, you. Y’all don’t know, but she’s actually pissed already. She’s pissed. I don’t know if she’s, uh, really pissed. Hello? Mom? Hello? Hello? At the

Speaker 3 (14:10):

Tone. Please

Sevan Matossian (14:11):

Recall. Okay, fine. I’ll call her on. I’ll call her on my phone. That was weird that, uh, shit, I’m nervous now that I’m gonna have phone problems. Here we go. She might be watching the show and no. And not answer.

Speaker 3 (14:28):


Sevan Matossian (14:29):

Hi. I’m live on the air.

Speaker 3 (14:32):


Sevan Matossian (14:33):

I’m live on. The,

Speaker 3 (14:36):

Why are you calling?

Sevan Matossian (14:37):

Um, did you see that other number call and you purposely didn’t answer?

Speaker 3 (14:41):

Yeah, <laugh>, I’m in the, I’m in the middle of a workout.

Sevan Matossian (14:45):

Okay. Sorry. Um, um, did I crawl?


Yes. Okay. Uh, I’m talk more about that later today. I love you. Bye. Okay, bye bye. Um, she’s working out. Uh, I, listen, I went to a chickenpox party and I told my mom about it and she doesn’t even remember. She doesn’t even remember. I, but I remember, I remember going to the chicken pox party. It was in, uh, we lived in some like apartments in Walnut Creek, some condos or something. Is Greg coming on or are you click being us. And then, and then you, you have the laugh emoji. I, God, I’m, I really don’t like the laugh emoji.


Hey, listen, I’m doing, he texted me this morning and said, how, how would he like me? How would he, how would I like him to come on using what device I’m in? No rush. Oh, I need to pull up the notes. I’m gonna, that I’m gonna open up with asking Greg about cursive. Hey dude, what do you think about teaching kids cursive? I know. Isn’t it crazy? My mom does sound young. She’s not young. She doesn’t have old lady voice yet. It’s a trip. I kind of trip on that. Like, when’s her voice gonna turn to old lady voice? Oh, you didn’t hear her? We didn’t hear her. You didn’t? Well, I, I held the phone up near the mic. I don’t know. Uh, what, when did you live in, what’s crazy? When did you live? What’s crazy? I don’t know what, I don’t. Crazy. Chopping your penis off is crazy. I don’t know. Thinking you’re a dog is crazy. Not, um, not valuing your health. Do you know how great it is to wake up every morning and be fucking healthy? Holy shit. Oh good. You guys all heard it. I lived in Walnut Creek as, oh, here we go. Here we go. Let’s see if the phone works. Hey, good morning,



Greg Glassman (16:51):

Smo. What’s up?

Sevan Matossian (16:52):

Oh shit, it’s working. My phone’s been kind of trippy. I tried to upgrade some of my, um, equipment and shit’s gotten a little sideways, but You sound great.

Greg Glassman (17:02):

Yeah, I’m on the house phone. Let’s see how it lasts. My experience is that like, whether it’s cell or home, it’s blinky for me and I get two or three really good minutes.

Sevan Matossian (17:12):

Are you, uh, are you, and

Greg Glassman (17:14):

Anything can happen?

Sevan Matossian (17:14):

Are you in your office?

Greg Glassman (17:16):


Sevan Matossian (17:18):

You, it’s cuz you’re, you’re off the beaten path, right? I mean, you’re, you’re significantly off the beaten path. You’re your place.

Greg Glassman (17:26):

My house.

Sevan Matossian (17:27):


Greg Glassman (17:28):

Yeah. Yeah. There’s, uh, uh, four houses on a two mile road.

Sevan Matossian (17:34):

Yeah. And, and, and, and back there in those four houses. It’s how, how is there a thousand acres back there that those four houses share? Or how many?

Greg Glassman (17:44):

I don’t know. It’s a good chunk of land.

Sevan Matossian (17:45):


Greg Glassman (17:47):

It’s enough that I think if it catches fire, we might all be fucked.

Sevan Matossian (17:51):

<laugh>. That that’s true. <laugh> here. I’m trying to say something positive about it. And you’re right, you have an escape route though, right? You have like two or three escape routes?

Greg Glassman (18:01):

Yeah, I do. Yeah. And a handful of vehicles that could do it. Yeah. And we could do it on foot.

Sevan Matossian (18:07):

Yeah. That’s crazy. I don’t think, I don’t, yeah. Yeah. I don’t think that’s gonna happen though. It’s pretty, it’s does it get dry? It doesn’t get, uh, I guess it does get pretty dry back there during the summer,

Greg Glassman (18:17):

You know? I don’t know. But we would have, we’d be in a great position to see in the escape as close and just kinda up a small hill and then down. If it was coming from the other direction, it could go the other way. Whether it was on footer and car.

Sevan Matossian (18:33):

Hey, what’s the, what is the bigger, what’s the biggest threat out there? Um, where you’re at Mountain Lion fire, earthquake. Definitely not flood at a mountain lion and fire. What do you think is the bigger threat?

Greg Glassman (18:47):

You know, I look, if you’re hiking or mountain biking, you probably have a different risk profile than someone who’s sitting around the chinet. Right, right,

Sevan Matossian (18:54):


Greg Glassman (18:55):

Um, I don’t know.

Sevan Matossian (18:57):

Hey, when, when I’m at your house and the kids are playing at the top of the driveway and it’s night and I can’t see them, I, I’m not gonna lie, I think a mountain lion every time I’m there. Well, because I saw that dismembered deer one time at the top of your driveway.

Greg Glassman (19:09):

Yeah. And you could get got that way without a doubt.

Sevan Matossian (19:12):

And and when I some and when

Greg Glassman (19:13):

I You take dogs and stuff

Sevan Matossian (19:15):

Yeah. And when I pee, but you know that those olive trees that line your driveway, when I go over there and pee at night, I worry about my own safety. I mean, a little bit. Do you ever do that? Do you ever get like, like I feel like a little kid again. Like, I’m in my bedroom thinking the Boogie Man’s gonna get me. I’m like, fuck, mountain lion could just come up the side of the hill right here and grab me and no one would know.

Greg Glassman (19:34):

You know? Dude, I’m, uh, I’m a little bit of the other bent. There’s a I’ve been told that if you’ll go out at 4:00 AM and uh, just kinda walk that loop here, that’s in my neighborhood. Yeah. That you’re gonna see big cats.

Sevan Matossian (19:51):

Do you have any fear of it?

Greg Glassman (19:53):

I couldn’t get anyone to do it with me. Oh. But I be a little edgy. Interesting.

Sevan Matossian (19:58):

Oh, you were gonna do it?

Greg Glassman (20:00):

Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (20:00):

Oh. Oh, I thought you said Oh yeah. Okay. I think I remember that too. I think I remember you trying to get some of the, um, Robinsons to do it with you. Right.

Greg Glassman (20:08):

In, in fact,

Sevan Matossian (20:10):

Yeah. And you were like, Hey, I’ll bring a gun. Don’t worry.

Greg Glassman (20:13):

Yeah, no, we all should have one.

Sevan Matossian (20:15):

Did you see that thing that happened, uh, in Syria? Uh, sorry. No. In in France? Uh, yeah. Uh, I don’t know. Today, a few hours ago, Syrian ref, Syrian refugee with a knife fucking went into a kid’s playground. Oh. It’s fucking horrible, dude. Horrible. It, it’s crazy. Worst case scenario. And then the, the, the headline that I saw said, make sure you ca this is why gun should be legal. Basically, someone with a knife fucking lit up a playground full of kids, uh, a Syrian refugee. I hate, I hate to it on Syrian Syrians are good people, but fuck, that’s what the headlines said.

Greg Glassman (20:53):

That amazing me.

Sevan Matossian (20:55):

Hey, I had this guest on Y yesterday, Greg, and they were, they were a school teacher for seven years. And they told me that, uh, I I was like, can you believe they don’t teach cursive in some schools? And she told me it’s not needed and that I’m just old and I, and I, I, I just, I’m just struggling to accept that

Greg Glassman (21:13):

You made argument for it. I mean, I like, and I’m always, I’m typically part of that traditionalist thing. I don’t have strong feelings on it and don’t really promote it, use it, teach it. Nor did I really learn it.

Sevan Matossian (21:26):

You didn’t cursive.

Greg Glassman (21:28):

Yeah. I mean, I can do it, but it, it looks like it did when I was learning to do

Sevan Matossian (21:33):

It. Right. But I could think of a bunch of reasons why you could do need to do it practically. You just need to learn how to sign your name. Um, and I could, there’s gotta be some sort of stimulus, you know, we don’t crawl anymore. Right. But that’s, you don’t want your kids to miss that phase of life of crawling. Right? I don’t think that. Yeah.

Greg Glassman (21:52):

I mean, I under, I hear those arguments and, and my thought is, I wonder if that’s true

Sevan Matossian (21:57):

About crawling,

Greg Glassman (22:00):

About the cursive being somehow the, the, the brain hand connection being fed something deliberate and important via that particular vehicle. And I’m not, I’m not, I don’t, I don’t reject it.

Sevan Matossian (22:15):

Um, have you ever met anyone who didn’t learn how to hold a pencil pr properly at a young age? And then as they get older, every

Greg Glassman (22:21):

Fucking left-handed person I know. Including myself.

Sevan Matossian (22:24):

Oh really? What? Look

Greg Glassman (22:25):

At how we hold the pencil. It’s all fucking upside down and backwards and shit. We’re just trying to keep from smearing or not being, or blocking what we’re writing. Oh. With the fact that our convention moves us left to right is a blessing for you. Right-Handed people for left-handed people, we have to write like we’ve got arthritis, <laugh>,

Sevan Matossian (22:43):


Greg Glassman (22:44):

The hand curls over you making you foreman like 270 fucking degrees of arc with your arm and hand so you can see what’s going on. Let’s just start with that.

Sevan Matossian (22:55):

I I I wonder if there’s a, uh, a different sub of injuries also the lefthand hand. Maybe

Greg Glassman (22:59):

That’s what makes lefthanded people so fucking sharp the way we have to hold the fucking pencil.

Sevan Matossian (23:03):

Are are they are, is there some sort of data on that left-handed people are smarter, got a higher iq.

Greg Glassman (23:09):

I, you know, I, I have all the left-handed people call in, I don’t know, left-handed day and right-handed. They, I might have left-handed privilege.

Sevan Matossian (23:21):

Right. Um, uh, a another thing is, is that another argument, one of the arguments was, is like, Hey, there’s a better way to spend an hour of your day, um, during school. I would go there. But the, but the thing is this, they’re not, they’re not. Right. So in the hierarchy of dumb shit being done at schools, it’s gotta, it, it, it can’t be very high on, on that list. I mean, as app, as opposed Yeah.

Greg Glassman (23:47):

I’m not, I’m not opposed to it.

Sevan Matossian (23:51):

I thought, I thought, I thought you’d have my back more. You’re you’re not afraid of moving. You’re not afraid of, uh, evolution of things moving forward as much as I am, I think.

Greg Glassman (24:07):

Did you like that part of school?

Sevan Matossian (24:09):

Uh, no. Uh, no. No. I did not like that part of school. Sit around the table and they hand you the brown piece of paper and you trace the dotted letters. I like sitting, I liked sitting with those other kids, but I was not good at it. I was not good at cursive. But I’m so glad I know it. I’m so glad I know it. Yeah. I I I use it. I mean, I use it every day. Cause I take notes here when I’m, uh, doing the podcast without it, I feel like I’d feel naked. Did you see, um, did you see any of Trump’s thing on cnn?

Greg Glassman (24:51):

No. I can’t. I cannot watch that guy.

Sevan Matossian (24:54):

I understand. Did you see any of Pence’s Pence went on there?

Greg Glassman (24:58):

Right. Cause listen, I’m gonna have to, I’m probably gonna have to vote for him. So I certainly don’t want to have to watch him before then. It just make it even harder.

Sevan Matossian (25:07):

Right. And and why, why do you say that you’re probably gonna have to vote for him?

Greg Glassman (25:13):

Because he against, uh, Biden is an easy Trump. I have to hold my nose and vote for Trump.

Sevan Matossian (25:22):

There’s no way Biden makes it to the election. Right. There’s right

Greg Glassman (25:26):

<laugh>. I have no idea. I see the insurance companies that say, yeah, he’ll make it that far. Which what? The primaries or the general? General.

Sevan Matossian (25:37):

The general.

Greg Glassman (25:42):


Sevan Matossian (25:44):

Wow. I, uh, you, you, you, you know those videos where they show like the marathon runner and they’re like 500 yards from the finish line and they’re like, they’re crawling and they’re standing up and they’re wobbly. Yeah.

Greg Glassman (25:55):

Him stumbling with three more miles.

Sevan Matossian (25:58):

<laugh>. Yeah. I I feel like Biden’s in that phase of his life.

Greg Glassman (26:03):

That’s sad.

Sevan Matossian (26:05):

Holy shit. Oh, and what about any of the other guys? What about, uh, DeSantos or Pence or what about the guy who’s running, uh, the Democrat guy who, who you’re acquaintances with? Um, uh, Kennedy.

Greg Glassman (26:20):

Yeah. I, uh, I like RFK Junior. I think he’s a good guy. I think he’s an honest man. And, uh, he and I had similar views of, uh, sugar that we do oddly on Covid and, uh, so you know, what they say about politics and bedfellows. But I have immense respect for him. Cause none of this has been easy for him, which is funny to me. But, uh, he’s a good guy and, uh, I’ve supported, uh, DeSantis and continue to, but, uh, if, you know, if he can’t crack enough support to, to win the primary, it’s, it’s obvious what I have to do.

Sevan Matossian (27:11):

Um, do you think that if Trump goes against, uh, Biden, uh, Trump wins the election? I guess that’s a two part

Greg Glassman (27:19):

Question. I don’t have, I don’t have a, I don’t have a strong sense of that. Right. I don’t have a strong sense of that. Like crystal ball’s pretty foggy.

Sevan Matossian (27:29):

And, and even if you did when, um, there, there would actually,

Greg Glassman (27:31):

I would’ve told you s I would’ve told you where we’re ats impossible. And so I don’t, don’t take my word on predictions.

Sevan Matossian (27:41):

And when you say where we’re ats impossible, what, what do you mean by that? I mean, I have my own my own thoughts on it. Of course,

Greg Glassman (27:51):

You know, culture, uh, foreign relations. Pick your, pick

Sevan Matossian (28:04):

Like an example. Like I border

Greg Glassman (28:06):

Or border

Sevan Matossian (28:06):

Oh yeah. A border. Give you an example. I would’ve never

Greg Glassman (28:10):


Sevan Matossian (28:11):

Right. I would’ve never thought that a boy could go at a high school, could say he’s a girl. Go into a girl’s bathroom, sexually assault a girl, get transferred to another school, do the same thing, be a boy, go into the girl’s restroom because he is a girl and rape a girl there. And then when the dad protest at the town hall meeting, he got arrested. I, that is the kind of shit that I can’t believe that I’m seeing in headlines. And he’s being called transphobic. That’s the kind of shit I’m just like flabbergasted

Greg Glassman (28:47):

By and heads the school board. Hidden the fact.

Sevan Matossian (28:50):

Yes. Correct. All, all that. It, it, it’s

Greg Glassman (28:53):

A, and that was in part of what inspired what would be the father’s obvious outrage, otherwise even, but it was all exacerbated by the fact that the school board had hi hidden the, the thing which made his daughter the victim.

Sevan Matossian (29:07):

Right. Uh, right, right. It’s fucking nuts that that’s the kind of shit that’s happening every day that I’m just like, holy shit. What the fuck is going on? Hey, do do you have thoughts on that? I, I know we’ve talked about, I know you’re homeschooling your kids. We’ve talked about that. We’ve talked about. Is there any, is there are, are you a um, I’m, I’ve become a little extreme obviously, as you know, but I’m like a pull your kids outta school by any edit, by any means necessary.

Greg Glassman (29:39):

I mean, yeah. You know, I, I understand people that come to that conclusion and make accommodations in their life and work schedule jobs. I understand that emotion, but, uh, I wouldn’t record kids’ life or your own over it. I don’t think. And, and look, we’re.

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